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0344,
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{344,6}

((alam ko kab hai vaj'h-e tasmiyah laazim samajh dekho
sulaimaanii me;N kyaa zunnaar hai zunnaar kahte hai;N

1) when, for a name, is a cause of naming necessary? Understand, and look--
2) in a Solomon's-stone, as if there's a sacred-thread! --[yet] they call it a 'sacred-thread'

 

Notes:

sulaimaanii : 'Belonging to Solomon; the dignity of a Solomon; a kind of white date; an onyx'. (Steingass p.695)

S. R. Faruqi:

((alam = name
sulaimaanii = a stone in which there are lines

[This is the second and final verse of a two-verse verse-set; for discussion, see the first verse, {344,5}.]

FWP:

SETS
MOTIFS
NAMES == SULAIMAN
TERMS == VERSE-SET

It really isn't very Mir-like, is it? It must have been composed in a spirit of religious polemic, because what else could have motivated it? That second line is purely argumentative. It's pretty clear that neither verse in the verse-set has much to recommend it.